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L- I JUJ 11-
1.icoli Ann Jothuo Club List Night.
Tht rooma of the Lincoln end Johnson Associa
tion wrre last night visited by thousands of per
on i, ell anxious to hear the returned the flee
tioo. Dispatches were received every law mo.
nitn1f, ana, aii being glorious newt, they were
tea t amid the greetest applAiise
Major Cadis, of the 1 uvtiotetl rlflei, wm Intro
Oucedto tli Asportation, and mad an eloquent
and patriotic speech. Major C, attd hewu from
lha hcadquarta aortha army, endhewAi author
lift) to lay that the battle which had barn fought
by the cIilllAoa thta day was rrgarded aa the
grandest and moit cfleatlvt of tha strug ale aialoat
tn the battle which had been foutht to-day there
were two GeoerAti. Ocnaral Lincoln had been Id
tha 1111 attaint on who waa regwded at moit
skillful aod experienced, and who waa educated at
Wait Point, And alio near City rolnt. They called
General Lincoln awkward, and tha ipeaker could
not tall where he (Lincoln) had learned tha drill
In which he had ihown hlmitlf ao profitlent to
rieyibut he believed, when the reverberation! of
the )at cannon shot of th'e daye fight ahouldbe
heard, that Gene, el MeCielltn would retort to
The tiding! of thle victory wenM give a final
oontradlcilon to forflgn.arlatocretlc, and slavery
supporting predictions! for the reaaltof tblsglo
Nous batt e carpid the climax of a struggle which
fad stricken the entire world with awe, with a
free and Independent decliton of the people, that
thli war ahould go oa until the country waa fully
emancipated, aad the Union entirely reesutx
Major C apoke for eome time and waa frequent
ly Interrupted by lone; and continued applause
He waa followed b Me. 11 A. P.erce.of tall
fornle, who recited an original poem upon the glo
rious reiulta nf the election.
ArterBereral sonjs the Anoelatlon, at a lata
Public School Tkcstih. The Public
School Trustees met Isst even! g, In their room
at the City Hall, hli honor Mayor Walleoh pre
The applications lor teaeherihlpsof Ulaa Do
rlnda E Duvail and Mica Suite fc. Tiller were
presented by Mr Miller, acd referred.
The monthly report of the Third district was
presented. The teportaof the rirat and Fourth
districts were in the ponen on ol the s jb-boards,
but not being In the proper form, their preaenta
tlon waa deferred.
Mr J it Wllarn, chairman of the ichooNhouic
and icbonl roomi, reported that, In accordance
with the by-laws nf the board, the committee had
vi at ted all the publlo achool-houaee and school
room a In Die city, and upon the general aurTey
had found great cause for congratulation over the
improvement aln.e their last annual visit.
lha report li very elaborate, aad doea great
credit to the ctfMrmau. Itwai accepted by the
lOArd. We i hall i ubllih It to-morrow.
II wo HiMisLr. Yesterday morning, the
liodyofa aoldler waa found hanging to a wagon
near the IlroedtUn, between fcirhteeath and Nine
teenth itreeta.on theeinal Krom paperi foaod
on htipcrioo.heli supposed tote Jacob Howrl,
aad a member or company G, 10th Veteran Reserve
Corp Coroner Woodward held an Inquest orer
the body, lha verdict of the Jury waa that de
ceased came to Mi death by hie own hand. Among
hla pape a waa a certificate of deposit of gltS 50 In
the German Saving'! Bank of New York, dated
Juno II, 1891. Alio, one for t? from the aame
tank dated Auguit Sfl, ISM. Dtceased appeared
to he about SI years of age.
His Turned Liwter. Superior Court, Suf
folk Upon motlen ol Ueorge S. Sullivan, fcia ,
Walter S. FeFarlan was admitted to practice aa an
attorney In all theeourta of thli Commonwealth.
ItoJo Idteittser, ftet 4.
Mr MeHVltnls well known to manyperionaln
waihloiton and George awn he waa in r tier I y
e-tnoected wuh thla paper, but bai been attendlog
the Cambridge Law Ecbeol for the laat eighteen
months Hu lucceia in hli atudlea and hla quick
aO million to one of the beat bare In the country,
promise, upon hli return to thla city, a high noil
uon among the IcgAl fraternity.
A lima Ciianci ron tub Cut hot. To-morrow
evrnlng the choice end valuable library of
Rev. JoiLui Monell, the late rector of Lb, Hit
Church, Navy Yard, will be lold at auction by
Meiers J C. MoGuIre A Co. The collection em
braces many literary and sslentlfU produellona,
1 eiidee aumcroua itandard rellgloui worka.
8t. Joun's CiiLKcn. St. Joliti'g Eplicopal
church, oppoilte Lafayette Stjuire, having been
thoroughly renovated and muon Improved, will be
opened fur Divine aervice on next Sunday. Rev,
J Smyth Pyne, D I), io long the rector, haa re
algaed, And lino longer connected with the eon
g i eg t ton
As IsTgarTia Lictlri. Most Kcereud
nttln J 3iUiog, the nely.Appolnted Arch
tlihop or lialtlaiore, la to deliver a I'ctureoo
thlUntbropv aud i hrlty CompAred," for the
ituetltofSt l oeiitde Paul a fnciety.on Friday
evening nikt,7ih tnatant, at Odd Fellowa' Hall,
at7Sj o'clock '
.) elht Bets. New and beautiful stvlca of
Jewelry seti.jjit received at the Dollar store, No.
4" lenUjlVftQU avenue, near Four-and a-balt
jTlfft novt li
L'iNTiKBiKT. The inclement state of the
weather jnr the paat few nlgnte haa had no per
ceptible elleot uikq the houiei at thli lnitltutton.
The performance never waa better at tha Can
terbury than that ghen by the company now
ravaged here. Cherry D lie, Wrey, Juili Hart,
-lllm, And that comical duo, Cberley Kane and
Uunle Johnion. the latter being a capital come
dienne anj ruatllit. Friday afternoon and even
ing Cherry iielle takca a farewell benent.
A LEXAN DR.I A NEWS.
TriB followlue items are taken from theAi4
Journal of yeitcrday Afternoon i
Iriiontr from the front Col. F. A. Awl, of the
30th Pennsylvania volunteer!, yeaterday lent in
Stephen Koblmon to Col. Weill, Provoat Marihal
Central. He waa taken near Greenwich, under
the following olrcumetancea The rear guard of
apt. Llo) company, out on a aeout, were fired
tipon from rtoblnion a houie. Robtnion wai at
occe arretted andaikedU he had ever taken the
oath. Hla reply wai, ,o, and be d-d If he ever
weuld " He wai ieut to tha alave-pen, where ha
teuained laat night, and thli morning he wai sent
to Wm M on ton
WioeHno o (.mi j Yeiierday Capt, Barnes,
Ce, A, Mrglnla ejlored guard, itatloned near
Accotlnk,ient Into Col. Weill, Provoit Marihal
nerl, John roleinao.who had been wounded
byaplitol uot nredby Harrlion Coll. Coleman
waa arnt to tha hospital. It aeema that be re
(.eUed the wouid mote through oareleiincii than
aaythlogelie. Capr.iiernei aika that the perpe
trator be unlahed fur a earelen uie of Ore armi,
If for nothing rlio. The Captain itatee that he
haa tav m the revolver! from all the men to be re
turned only when on guard, In order to prevent
accidents or Intentional shooting In camp.
ant one havtaff occsslon to Tlilt a private
tamlUM tnitltution are advlied to call on Dr.
A largo aud iiioereaful practice here and else
'vhAieraallfa htutu guaranty a perfect cure In all
All vtiiti And communications strictly private
and eonfl Jential. Peraens calling sea no one but
te Doctor. febl U
TnB only place where you can purchase TtnUs
uubtrr woolt nt &1I klmta l Uiuw....U. i.
at H. A. HALL'S India Rubber Warehouie, 110
Pennsylvania aveuue, between Ninth And Tenth
atrecti Alio, Alt kiudi of Rubber goodi beeutl
lutly repaired At short notice. mar3-tl
Niw York STiux,.(JitUmtM intsitu, i.
fine an4uviUmabllk large aaaortmemt for Dree
un ujiiucii ivMtr. mo juignan sacs ana walk
ing Coati cxoeii in beauty, grade and onlaa any.
thfne over oOerod in thla city.
Wall, STtrnim h Co.,
noi-M iw ra. av.. bet. Ninth and Tenth ate.
TAKEN UIV-..A SOHnEL HOTimk"
JL about fourteen hmla high And seven years
old, with mane cropped short Had on a Govern
ment lauuie, oruie, naier, and an artillery blan
ker Inquire of M U SLHtNCK, Clerk at Cen
tral buaid houie. novl at
8. INTEILNAL REVENUE.
W a.IINflVttf IkAlnh.B.I UOMM
Notice is hereby given, that the list of assess
ments Mr the Special Income Tax for 1861 le now
U this omeo, No 463 Seventh street west, open to
the Inspection of all perioni dliposed to examine
the same, for the cpsce of en dayi from this date,
duilngwhloh time appeala from the anesimcnt
will bo heard, if prtttnttd in writing.
And as It li tieilrable that all should bear a Juit
I'.ui'uinun ui uig unci iraiioion dj ine liOVern
ment. It li oArneitlv solicited that a imfnl In,
speetion of laid Hat may be made by all those who
desire all otheri, ai well ai themielvei, to biar
their proper proportion of isldtax, and to give
the netenary information ol thoie who have not
made a return, or where the return la not ai full
as Itousht to ha.
All persons who have not made returns because
t( abience or ilukDeii, and do not by the expira
tion of the AforeiMd ten dayi, will be Aliened end
i lyperwnt added to the lax.
, ,4U P. M PEARIOV,
noMtNous u S Alienor for Dli CM
'pU19 IS TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT
JL the iut scrlber has obtained from the Orphans'
Jnh.WiM.tl0tfll.Counti ln thaDlatrlet ol
Columbia, letters testamentary on the perional
f.Ut,n 'i"" .ooa1'. J of Washington
tlty, D C , deoeAied All persons having claims
against the said deceased, are hereby warned to
exhibit theiame, with the vouohera thereof, to
the iiibiei llr, on or before the Bid day or October
"cxt they may otherwlie by Uw be eicludetl
Uiveo un.ter niy I and thli tu dy nf tiotnter a
l'-'". r.EUAGh . BUtllEI,
pOTATIONAt, BANK OF THE
UNITED STATES DkPOMTORY AND LOAN
4M FIFTEENTH STRtLr,
Uppetttc tha Treasury Department.
Tlila Bank ! now anthorlieJ k Ik ljrtar f
the Treasury to
to the leans aew being ottered by the (iu rrmaeot.
THE NEW B1 NOTES
Tha former notes bear dale Aimt 15th. 1W4.
and are lnued In denominations of ftM, $ioo, $M,
? 1 1,000, and S,ooo, payable to bearer, rr order,
hrea years arter date, with Interest, payable icrni
annually, at 7 1 10 per centum per annum, and are
convertible, at maturity, at the holder's optleo,
Into the popular t-SO six per rent, gold latereat
The lnte;si on tkeie natei la two eeati per da v.
for every $100.
THKie-40 BONDS are liiued to data from Sen.
t ember 1, 1864. and bear Interest at per cent per
annum, payable IN GOLD, semi annually, on all
denominations over ttoo, which, at the prraent
rate of premium for gold, la equivalent to an an
nual Interest el ELEVEN OH TWELVE T ft
LOANS will be cheerfully given, on application.
We receive Deooilts. buv aad Mil Coin. Cur.
rensr, and Kxchaage. and all eUnea of Govern,
m en f Securities) purchase Certificate ihecki, and
Government ouchen, and tramact a general
ealT-tl j. b HUTCHINSON, Caihler.
Proposals ron lettehal
ANCE8. Post Orrrcx DtrAnTMrnT, (
October , 15C4 (
Sealed Pronoaali will ha reaalvfHl t thla rffipt.
ment until the 8th day of December next, at ia
o'clock noen.for furnlit log Lk-TTER BALANCF S
for tke uie of the poit omcea In the United M atei
for one year from and after the Hit day of Decem
ber nut, of tha folio wl eg deaerlntion, vlti
lit. Bslaoeei itapable of weighing tight ovnett,
avolrdUDOll welehL Io be rradeti down in nimrlcr
ouoiee. Of these Ills supposed boo will be re
quired of a year.
3d. Balanoea capable of weighing at leut two
EauAs, avolrdupoli weight, to be graded down to
alf oun ec. Of these It u supposed too will be
cfnuirfu oi year.
Perfect correctness will be required In the bal
ance! to be furnished, as well ai strength and dura
bility. Samples of each description of balance must ac
company each bid. and the bidder who may obtain
the contract will bereoulred ta furolih hiUnei
ordered of a quality In all reipeits equil to the
Each Balance must be well and securely packed
In a box for transportation.
The Balances muitt-e delivered free of all charge
to the Blank Agency of tha Poit Office Department
at Washington, D C., who will accept the aame,
If perfect and equal to eamplea
Each bidder muit furnlih with hli proposal! evi
dence of hla ability to comply with hie bid Two
u to dent luretieswill be required to a contract
Failures to furnlih Balance as contracted for
promptly, or the furnishing of thoie of an Inferior
quality, will be considered a sufficient came lor
toe forieilure of tha contract.
Propotals must be endorsed on tke outside ol the
envelope, "Propoxate far Letter Balanees," and
eddreaied to the Flrat Auli'ent pDitmaiter Gen
eral, Washington, D C.
rjUNB! QUH8 I 1
UNB1 GUNS I! OUN3II1
Tuit received, a large anortment or Dout le and
Slnela Barrel fibnl Gudl tnr(hr with vHiv
of Shot Pouchea, Powder Flaiki, Game Bagi, Per
cuiilooCapi, Powder and Shoti In fact, everything
iicrtviDiDE to a poriaman'a ouini, aiioi wnuti
will be sold at reaaonable price
SueoessoratoJOS L SA AI.F,
Mt Penna. avenue, bet, loth and 11th ata
;te Solicitor at the Office of the Auditor ol the
ireeiuryior ine rosi umee Department,)
ATTOBNKY-AT-LAW. Alfti SOLICITOR
Will practice In the Court! ol the District of to
lumbla.the Court of Claims, and the Supreme Court
of tha United States, and will give prompt atten
tion to the prosecution of claims aud the adjiiat
mentof accounts U all tha Departments oftLe
Offloe, 47$ Seventh street, opposite Tost Office
BY W. Ii . WALL A Ou.,
MOBS! AND CARRIAGE BAZAAB
Expressly for the
SALE Or HORSES, CARRIAGE?, STOt K, ft.
M LOUISIANA AVENUE,
Between MnUt and Tenth its , Washington.
AUCTION SALES EVERY
TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAs,
cash adyanced"on CONSIGNMENTP,
HORSE5, CARRIAGES, Al,,
Beedved for Private Sale.
W. L. WALL At CO.. Auets.
OUQ SEVENTH ST
SEVENTH STREET OKCi
Walnut and Mahogany Sofas, Chairs, Rockers,
Dree ting Bureaus, Bedsreads, Sideboards, Waih
itanei, Marble-tep TaMei, Whatnoti, and the
largest and greeted variety of Common Furniture
In the Dlatrlit. which wo are determined to sell at
prlecithat defy competition.
COTTAGH SRTS, WALNUT AND OAK EX
TENSION TABLES, at leu thaa promt wholeiale
GILT FRAUK MIRRORS ATLUSS THAN COST
Honiekeepers and those who contemplate to
keep bouse will find It greatly to their lntercit to
call and examine our stock previous to making
Uielr purcbaacs. They can save at least fifteeu
percent. We allow ten per oeat. on all billaol
gftO and upwards, H BONfiS,
noi-iet ass Seventh ctreel, near I
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON
COUNTY-TO wit I
Ia the caae of George Fletcher, administrator
of Elisabeth A. H. W. Briscoe, deceaiaJ, the Ad-
mlnlatratOr aforaiald hu. with th tnnrnhittnn
ol the Orphans Court of Washington county
aforeiald, appointed Tueiday, tha net a Inatani
for the final settlement aod distribution of the
personal estate of the said deceaied, and of the
assets In hand, ai far aa the same have been col-
lectedanaiurneu into money) ween and where all
the creditor! and heirs of aafd deceaied are notlUed
to attend, (at the Orphaai Court of Washington
county aforesaid,) with their clalma properly
vouched, or they may otherwtae by law be ex
cluded from all dc neat lnialddeeeaied'a estate
provided a copy of this order be publlahed once a
week for three weeks In the UtiionOL Vtpubl
previous to the said tftthdayof November, 1861.
Teat t . . BOBBINS, ftefliter Of WlUs.
rpiIlS IB TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT
jl vo lumgnvtr naioniameuiromtaa urpnani-
Columbia, lettere of admlniiiratlon on the per-
voutiitii u nicnaruiu. narrnon, iaie oi warn
ing ton city, deceaied. All penoai having ctalmi
agate it the aald deceaied, are hereby warned to
exhibit the same. With tha Youehara thcrrnf. tn the
subscriber, on or before tha Othdayof Novemter
oexti they mav otherwise by law be excluded lrt.ni
all benefit of the aald estate.
Given under my hand this 6th day of Novetnt er,
1S64. E. COLUMBIA kING,
r AqenlT B AMD O. R. R. Cnu
OrflCE AMEIttCAlf TXLEOBAril COUMN
412 Pennavlvanla avenue.
For the benefit of the traveling public, notice it
hereby given that thla day, the Mth Instant, the
sale of tlokets will be resumed over this road for
all parte of the West, including St. Joseph and
Tickets can also be had at thlsofflee fer Phila
delphia, New York, and Boston, aad for Albany,
Rochester, Bufalo, aad Niagara (alii, via New
Baggage chocked through to all points. se24
TVTKW GAME OF CARDS. THE
1 1 New Uuslsal Cards (patronised by the Royal
Family of Mngland) are ssnt by post for Three
Dollars. They are a moat amusing pastime, aud
teaek Musical Time quicker than other method
MA moet inter eating and clever game.1 Ctnut.
"Admtrablyadaptedforteauhliig Muiloal rime "
llkvtrattd unison AW,
Address A, JiUCr,
aulTioa tt Wi TUrty.iUtU it., New Vik
b'OR SALE OR RENT.
riOSLING HOUSE FOR BALK. THE
jC proprietor af this popular and well known
noiei ana neaiaurAns lnrenns o retire iram duii
nan. nd offer i hli welLknnwn houie for isle,
Any one Wlihtng to engage In a LUCRATIVE
uwjintwss una ii 3 in pnonior. s( rvuniji-
vanla avenue, between Twelfth and Thirteenth
OR HALE-ONE STEAM ENGINE
and BOILER, twentv hone Dower. Alio.
three run of stone, for grinding torn, compactly
built, can be eaelly removed, Enqudaof U L.
PAGE, F street south, between Sixth and Seventh
A RARE CHANCE. FOR BALE, A
Hotel on tha European plan, eentalalng at
rmims, between forty and fifty beds, and a stable
to accommodate twenty-five horses, and all doing
a business from one hundred and Sfty to five hun
dred dollars per dayi and ilx-yearilcaie rentt
I60 per month A portion ef the home li rented
for $3M per month. Location, the beet In the
city. Cause of celling will be et plained at an in
terview. Inquire at the Republican Office,
170R RENT, IN THE LARGE BUILD
P Ing corner or Loulilana avenue aad Tenth
street, two large hells and fo r rooms ef conve
nient site, suitable fer asioclatleai, Insurance
ontcei, law offlcei, Ao. The rooms hava lately
been renovated and fitted up for the purpoie.
Apply at Gr ORGE HILL'S warehouse a Loulsl
ana avenue, near Tenth street. Jeai-tf
t) A Ij It
IM .. Dmk.'i PUaLMoa Bitt.ri.
too v.j.c. nub houmch.
IM bblt. OM Rr. WUltlT,
M " err l)U Ry. wtliker.
loo half chriu T.a of Twtonf kl.di
im tnxM uiii rit.tttioa anta.
loo nil. Mm. Miukuel.
loi hlf kit. Mm UuktT.I.
loo kin No. I t:
too " No. I do.
100 " ritklM t.lmoi.
ftobag. OldJ.T. CoffM.
Ai I h crrrM ...ortmeot of WUM. Lta.ri
h iitr.Ce. H.T.D. Cljtr.t Ji. , .t n.rk.t r.tfi.
W. CORWIN BUnOT,
No. It NortU Cb.rl.i i(tm.
n iJ-If Balllmof.. Md.
Hrartu'nc Dcpahtuiht er WAimitoTtM,
Hot. ill, III. 13 Fourteenth st ,
nesr Hew York Avenue,
Wanted Irsmrdtatelv. irtr Good CARPkN.
TF B to go to Point Lookout, Maryland, Wagee
$70 per month, and a ration. Each workman will
hrlog his own kit or toots. Transportation will be
furnlihed by the Government for tke workmen
nu lacir tools ironi mis ciiy to roim laoxoui.
JOHN A KL1SON,
Colonel and Chief Quartermaster,
seiO-tf Department of Waihlogtoa.
FURNISHED HOUBE WANTED
A comfortably furnlihed Home, of moderate
iUe,li wanted Immediately, In thli city or George
town, Central location preferred, Addreee Box
No SOS, Washington City P. O. cell
WAN TED-THREE COPIES OF
the National FLepuslicaw of Jut via. and
and ilx esplei of July33,184. Perione havlnt
coplcaof the above will confer a great fever by
bringing them to thli office. au24-tf
WANTED MEN FOR THE ARMY
AND NAVT. LARGE BOUNTIES. AD-
ply to the Itecrultlng Office, A09 New Jersey av
enue, and the office, Powhatan Hotel, foot of
Seventh street. K. MATHER A A. HOLLY.
WANTED STOUT ABLE-BODIED
MEN fortheReeular Armv. Larra boun
ties. Apply to the office, sos New Jersey avenue.
T AND WARRANTS WANTED.
FTY LAND WARRANTS afiS. M. 1 and IM
acres wanted Immediately by
CLAU K WAILUHU
ool-tl Room t. oorner Seventh and T eta.
A NY PERSON BRINGING A
J:Y COLORED RECRUIT to my office wilt be
paid $100 aa soon as mustered In the service.
jylMf MS New Jersey Aveaue.
A RTIIUn bHEl'HERD,
RECKU1TINU AND BUBaTITUTR AGF.NT,
303 K ST BELT, SLT. ThIBTKEHTH AM TtllRTXBK-
rontlog Penmylvanla avenue, aouth aide,
NEXT TO STEAM LAUNDRY.
SUBSTITUTF.S ALWAYS ON HAND.
150 CASH DOWN,
PAID IN ADVANCE.
Apply at the
sov New Jeraey avenue.
Any peraon bringing a RECRUIT or RECRUITS
to my office will be pAld liberally.
VOLUNTkER AND SAVE YUUK3ELK FHUU
D ARTIES WISHING SUBSTITUTES
17 will call at the office, W9 New Jeney avenue.
All eubititutei guaranteed. A. HOLLY,
JylMf 609 New Jeney Avenue.
D ARTIES WISHING SUBSTITUTES
L OR REPREShNTATIVE RECRUITS will
apply to the office, 9 New Jersey avenue.
Jyrttl A. HOLLY.
PARTIES WISHING REPRESENTA
TIVE RECRUITS, as per Circular No. as,
Issued by Provost Blarsbal General Fry, can have
them furnlihed at eoit by applying at the office,
W New Jeney avenue. A. HOLLY.
ATEWSPAPERS AND PERIODI-
J.EDWINHALLKNDkCE, dealer la Newspa
per!, Periodicals, Novels, stationery. Prints, To
bacco, Began, ilaga and Playing Cards t also, a
large anortment of Plain aad Colored Photo-
rapbi, lis King atreet, four doors bslew Provest
larahal'a office, Alexandria, Va.
subscriptions and Advertisements for the Walk
ing ton Daily National RxrviLiCAU received.
K . SOMES k 0 0.,
SOLICITOU8 OF TATKNTS,
CULLECTOH3 OF CLAIMS
AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT,
AND NEGOTIATORS OF CONTRACTS,
A'O. 47 SBVXXTU STXMBT,
Opposite tha Post Office,
WASHINGTON CITY, D. C.
we lirii av piaMiiuo to
Hon, Hannibal Hamlin, Vise President, Ue.
" jonn uoouwm, ra. u,,
" KUwardll RoIUsi, "
Alex. H Rise,
" John B. Alley,
" Alfred A. Durnkam,
" Dwight Loom la,
u James M. Alhliy,
11 John Covode,
' Robert MoKnlgbt,
11 Juitln s Morrill,
" John E. Potter,
" Z. Chandler,
14 Jamea H. Lane,
41 Cyrua AlJrlob,
" John T. Nixon,
" V. P. BlAlr. Jr.,
M Klbrldce G Suauldlnr.
V. S 3, Mich.
M. C, Minn.
Meaira. Jay Cooke at. Co .Ban ken, Waihlngton, .
l.., ana I'niiaaeipnis, ra. jyw-ii
ALL A FLETCHER,
AGHNT4 FOR THE SETTLEMENT OF
Having a ad long experience aa Clerki In the
Ordnance Oifltt and in the Office of the Quarter
matter General, we are prepared to anlit OFFI
ChRS In making out RETURNS, and In aettllog
their account! with thoie officer! and with the
stopptgei of pay removed. Certificates of non
lndebtedaen obtained, etc
VLL CLAIMS AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT
COLLECTED WITH DISPATCH.
Poit OiHoe Address, Box 128, Washington, D. C.
Ulrica 42 Hfteenth street, Just above corner ol
New lork at enue and Fifteenth atreet.
DWAHD W. HALL,
ocl-tf W. 8. FLLTCHER.
Il6i'us Ae", Waih-) p, CiteTrivlie,
Ington, D C. t f Psrls.
Ii receiving new gooJi by almost every it earner,
Aitd hai Always a largsetock of the finest an 1 most
fAihlonAbleguodsonnand Ills stock Is composed
ol LaJlea1 aud Children' Cloaks. Ladles Uadercar
ments, Lace Goods, a large and floe sslee Ion of
Featheri, Bllki, Crapes, Velvets. Ribbons, etc,
Dress and Cloak Trlmmlngi, velvet R.bbam,
Netti, Faniy Combi, Perfumery from the cele
brate 1 Houie Dcmarion, Chetelat A Co , Peril
M WILLIAN being the only msrihant In this
ultv whe lmnorti roods, snec for isleatlona him-
selfto Europe, and has his Agent reilstng in Paris
whoicndi lam Nouveautes ai loonaathev make
their appearance, la therefore pre) lied to please
the most fr iUJIoui taitci no? 3m
I LORD'S NEW THEATRE,
' TENTH rr ABOVE PKNNA. AVE.
WEDNK1PAT EVEMNO, NOVLMSEB ,
Tli. ct Itbriitcd pl.r af
MISANTHROrr AND REPLNTANCK.
To .onelU'1. wltb (tint Urn. In W.ih nxtoo) th,
new F.rM of
MY DRESS ROOTS
THURSDAY rir.t tlm. nl th tre.t London
dfm. enllllM MIRIAM'S CRIME-.
ri ROVER'S NEW THEATRE,
IT r.nn. AT.nut, mi WllUrd.' Hot.l.
LEONARD GROVER Dltrctor
C. D. HESS Actio M.rr
WEDNESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER ,
Third NKht ol th. Grot Tim-J; .nil lou.djr
MR K. L. DAVENfURT,
MR. J W. WALLALK,
AND MISS UJAN DENIN.
Oalr tlmr. ntoit po.itlTelr, of thli M.ttnisat
Tb. Emtstot St.r. In Tiro Drlllltat Plee...
Th. p.rrorm.a.. will eomm.oa. wltb
STILL WATERS RUN DEEH.
Th rfrform.ne. wl'l urmto.t. with DotiUl
Jrrrold'. P.eulUr NAUtlo.l Dr.mft,
Mr. E. L. D.v.nport tppc.ri a. Wllltttti the s.llor
0J1I.K.C.TCU Bu.nn Dill. u.o LaiO
iMro.TAitT Noticx Owlot t. th. limit of thli
rffK.ia.nt, nopittt wlUbtrtffMtti.
A R V ,
ClIRRRl DKLLC'S tUMTLIMENTt
TO TOU AND YOUR FR1ENH,
Ami mpecUullr .nnoun.c. b.r
( ANT. RBUHT
IRIDAl ArTERNOIN AN KUMM:,
When ih wilt .ppcr for th.
ONLY TIME III RE
In Di.GrtAt TUT of
THE FRENCH IT .
THE INURE UANTLRBURT COMIANT
App.tr la n
Ton t forget
NET FRIDAt AFTJ.RNOON AND NIGHT,
LHt RRY BLLLF'S BENEFIT. ..sit
I U, I A II I) 8 .
On THURSDAY E EKING, Noremtirr loth,
Init.nt, Geiry'e mt,oiacent BlfllArd Hal), In Gro
rer'i The.tr. buildtor, will he thrown open to th.
publle. On thle occiiilon the followlnc dlitlt
lulihed pUrere will rertlolpatc!
M. Thelin, Wni Gohlthwtl,
D. K.onilh, Ed. Chill.
Th. aboT. fentlemen rl.lt WMhlnstoniolelrto
be preeent At thle opening, end will poettlrelf ap
pear, flay toeommene.atlla p. ni noMt
ODD FELLOWS' HALL.
FOUR NIGHTS MltnKL
TUESDA1, WEDNESDAY, THUI1SDA1, AND
No performance on Mondejr aad Saturday.
Snlendld. usee., of SANDFRSON'S MINSTRELS.
th. ereat STAR TROUPE of th. profe.atnn, eom
pH.lnr EIGHTEEN FIRST-LLA'S PERFORU.
ICRS, fa their unequalled and plealld rotertaln.
aacnte, which naeawen Tor them the aj plau.e of
Ualveriallracknowledied to bathe GREATLST
MINSTREL ORGANIZATION of the Mr, aad con
taining more real talent than any almllar Troup,
now In exl.teace.
Admleilon J9 eeate Reserved .eat. a. ceati
CA N T E H II U R
MUSIC HALL AND Till ATRE.
L.n.lA!f A ArBNUC, MCAR RlXTH STRCET.
Rear of National aa I M.troitollta. Hotel.
GEORGE LEA PROPRIETOR
JUSH HART ....STACK MANAGER
MORE TALENT I INCRRASKD ATTRACTION
MORE TALENT I INCRKASKD ATTRACTION.
MORE TAL1.NT I 1NCRE SFD ATTRACTION.
ANNOUNCEMrNT , XTHAORUINAHT.
The Maaacerhaa aecured the lervlees, for a limited
numner oi niini., oi air. w A
WRAT, WRAY, WRAT,
WRAY, WRAY, WRA1,
WRAY, WRAT, WARY,
THE MOST ASTONISHING rERFOUMKR OF
A TUE BANJ01ST,
W NFGRO TERFORM1 R,
Y THE COMIC OCALIST.
WRAY, WRAY, WRAY,
WRAY, WRAY, WRAY,
WRAY, WRAY, WRAY,
The Moat Ver.atlle Actor on the Stage. Promi
nent amoa, hla numerou. act. In hi. great feat of
performing on Ihlrtx Different Mu.laal laatru
menta. Flrat appearance In Waihloiton of the greate.t
111 lag Contorttoolat and Acrobat.
Wboae extraordinary performancea bar. been pr
nounced by preaa an I public
1HC MARM.L OF THK AGF.
THE MARVEL OF THb AI.E.
Laat week of the Talented Actreaa, Ml.
i.ar la two con
Pranglpannl Fltipoodle, a Faat Youth,
And la the Sareamlng rarae of
HAVE YOU SChN 1IERI
HAi. YOU SEEN HEHI
Cubaa (In a Horn) Cherry Belle
Flrat appearanc. of Mi.a
OCALIST, DANSEUSE, AND COMEDIENN1.
Hr.t time of th. Beautiful Ballet Pantomime, ar
ranged by Mona Loula srolloay, entitled
THE INTRIGUES OF SPAIN.
THE 1NTRIUO.S OF SPAIN.
Hidalgo Pouchorloo Joah Hart
Fernando Parei Mona Lout, evollo.y
Marlgulta Mia. Mary Weaner
Donna H Idefonaa Mlaa Jennie Johueon
FRIDAY LVFMNG, NOMBER II,
Whn a magaltloent bill will be preaented.iuoluding
THE 1RENCH SPY,
With Cherry Belle In Three Great Charactera
LADIES AND CHILDREN
muat bear In mind our rrgular
SATURDAY A1TEKNUON MATINEE,
when all tha Gema ol the El enlng'a Entertainment
will be gtrea.
PRICFS OF AUMI3ION,
Parquettc, Balcony, and Gallery 2A cent.
Orcheatra Chalra AOecnt.
Reaerred Oreheatra Seate 75crnt.
Lower Prl eta Boaee, holding eta peraon. ,6 00
Upper Baloony Bote. ,100
Colored Boaea oilccota
Private boa., and received .eat. can be aecjrod
tram 10 a. m till 3 p. an.
RNOTICE Aa Retire New Company le enaased
Tor the Canterbury, embracing aomeof the Greateat
wnml.re am mlal raiente.1 Aiueue mine fro
Ihe laateieuiy will ahortly be ealaigel, tkeea.
tire building hiving been loaicd far that pqrpoie.
pnoroBALB ron aurrLiEB.
quAnTriMASTiA's orricc, U. a. M. C,
WAimitoTorf, October 27, IMi.
fiaalavt lVArwiatkl in ah Alius aenaratalv will
be reselTCd at this office until 9 o'clock, p. m .of
me so oay or uMimwr near, ror lurnisniog vj .n
United States Marine Corps, during theyeir lsot
the followlog supplies, to be delivered Af theolflee
of the AnUtant uusrtermaster of the Corps, Phil
adelphia, PenniTlranlA, free of expenie to the
United KtAtei, in luehquantltlei ae raajr from time
to time be required)
11,000 yard! of tVj Dine Kener, all wool, Tree from
hair, 61 loshea wide, to weigh 39 ouieri to
the yard. (Indigo wool-dyed )
,00 yards Dark Elue Kersey, All wool, free from
hair, 64 Inches wide, to weigh ta ounces to
the yard (Indigo wool-dred )
nee yards Dark Blue Twilled Cloth, all wool, for
uniform eoats,(lodlgo woel-dyed,)s4 Inches
wide, to weigh Tt ouaees per yard.
IWyarda of Scarlet Cloth, all wool, (eoshlaeal
dyee,) U laehee wide, to weigh is ouaees
Class No. S.
,ooo yards of M Dark Blue nannel, for overiaeki,
all wool, (Indigo wool-dyed,) 64 Inohei wl Je,
to weigh IS ouoeee per yard.
19,000 yards of s i Dark Blue Flannel, for shirts, all
wool, (indrgo wool-dyed,) 37 Inches wide,
to weigh X ounces per yard.
1,50 Grey Blankets, all wool, fo weigh 4 pounds
each, to be 1 feet long and A feet wide, and
free from greaie.
7,loe pairs of Woolen Books, three slsrs, properly
made of good fleece wool, with double and
1 wilted yarn, te weigh tnree pounds per
doien pairs, free from grease.
Class No. s.
7,60t yards White Linen, for pants.M inches wide,
to wetih to ouneee per yard.
ll,eoe yArds White Linen, for shirts. Mlnshee wide,
to welih It eunses ner vera.
17,000 yards Canton Flannel, for drawers, 17 laches
wiae, to wrirn i ouncra inr jant
4,100 yards Cotton Ticking, for ked-eacks ,
Class No. a.
I.eoo Cntrorm Caps complete, (except pompons )
l,30e PomyoDs, red worsted, nail shape, and Ore
leeuea In circumference.
4,604 Fatigue Caps, with covers, to be male of
DIU SIOIO, IDQlgO WOOl-UTBM.
1,400 8 took I.
Class No. S.
too cron Coat Buttoni. (Laile 1
360 gron Jacket Buttoni, (Keg le.)
loo gross eit Buttons, LAgie.)
1,000 pairs Yellow Metal crescents aad Stale
150 sets Epaulet Bullion fer sergeants aad oor
1,400 sets Lpaulet Bullion for privates.
71 Rid Wonted Saahei.
l.ooe yardi Yellow Blading.
,ooe yardi of Red Cord,
too ftwordi for sergeants.
ce Sieordi for muilclani,
4! Drum i (tenor) complete
40 Drum sllogi.
IM Batter Drum Headi.
loo snare Drum Heads. '
loo Drum Cord i.
60 lets of Drum Itaarrs.
W Boxwood "B" Fires.
80 pairs Drum Stleki.
lO.ooo Army DooU (Infaatrte patters.)
Clam No. 7.
1,300 tArtrldge Boxes, without Magadan.
1 BOO Bayonet Scabbardi, with fregc attached.
1,300 Pereunlon Cap Pouchec.
l.ffjo Cartridge Box Belti.
1,'XO Waiit Belli.
l.soo Want PlAtei.
100 Sword Frogi
CLASS No 8.
l,20DTInMagatinci fer Cartrttlg Boxes, ai per
too Musket silngs.
CLAsa No. II
For mating And trimming the followlog articles,
Uniform Coats fer Serge at i, Ceriorali, Muii-
Hani end Privates.
Fatigue Coats for Sergeants, Corporal i, Musicians
Woolen Pants for Sergeants, CerporaJs, MuileUnc
Linen Panta for SergeAsti, CeH'orali, Muilclani
Reland Blue Jackets for Beys.
The abo.e mentioned articles must conform, ta
ell rttftrtt, to the lealed staa lard pattern! la the
office of the Uuartertaaiter, Marine Corpa, Marine
Barracks, Washington, D C Anlitant Quarter
maitcr'a office Marine Corpi, tue Spruce atreet,
Philadelphia, and at the Marine Mat loci Brook
lyn, New York, and Boston, Nasiachmetts, where
they can be examined.
Ana wmaiTcr ine itriiciri dboicu buotb, or aay
portion of them, shall be consldred ai not fully
oonformlnr to ismDlsi. the v will ta teiected. and
the contractor will be bound to furnlih otheri of
the required. Kind at oaoe, or toe quartermaster
will supply the dclclency at the expense of the
i o a tr factor.
Payventwlll be mAde upon the accepted de
livery of the whole nuaotltv which mav from time
to time be ordered, withholding ten per cent, from
the payment of account rendered under Drst order
until second order is dlled, and ten per cent, from
acceuat rendered under second order until third
order is oiled, aad soon until coatract Ic com'
Aacn proposal must be Accompanied by It e fol
lOWIUg gUe.rieB.CC I
roan er uvahahtxe.
The undersigned, , of , la the St ate of
i i , and- -In tke State of , hereby gua
raety that In ease the foregolsg bid of for
uppllei, ai akoe drier bed, be accepted, he or
the will, within ten dava after the recalnt ef the
contract at the poet office named, execute the eon-
iraci ror me came, wiin gooa ana sumeicni sure
ties, and In ease the aald- shall fall to enter
Into contract ac aforesaid, we guaranty to make
good tke difference between the otter oi the aald
- . aad that which may be accepted.
A B, Guarantor.
C D, Guarantor.
E F, Wltnen , 1M3.
I hereby certify that the above named are
known tome aa men of property, and able to make
good their guarantee. G 11
To be slgoed by the United States District Judge,
United States District Attorney, or Collector.
No proposal wilt be considered unlen accom
panied by the above guarantee.
Newipapen authorised te publiihthe above will
send the paper containing the first Insertion to the
office for examination.
The bidder's place ef business, or maaufAsturlng
establishment, must be specifically stated in the
Proposal to be endonsd en the envelope "Pro
posals ror supplies ror ine marine worps ror iotu,
and add res led to
MAJOR WM. B SLACK,
Quartermaster M. C,
ecJVtaw4w Washington, D. C.
PROPOSALS FOK RATIONS.
4uAnTLiMAiTEft'a OrKE, U 6 M Coari,)
WAItimaTON, Oct. 31, ISM.
Sealed proposals will be received at thla office
until 3 o'clock, p m . of the 34th day of November
next, ror furnishing HAT1UNS to the United States
Marines, at the following itatlons during the
year isw, vtit
Portsmouth, New Hampihlre,
Brooklyn. New York.
Washington City, Dlstrlstol Columbia.
Gosport, near l or folk, Mrglnla.
Each ration to consist of three fourths of a pound
of pork or bacon, or one and a fourth pound of
fresh or aall beeft eighteen ouneee of bread or
nur, or twelve ouaoee of hard bread, or one and
a fourth pound of corn meal j and at the rate to
one hundred ratloaa of eight quarti of bcanii or,
In lieu thereof, ten poundi of rloej or, in lieu
thereof, twice per Wtek, one hundred and Bfty
ounces of desiccated potatoei, And one hundred
ounces of mixed vegetables ten pounds of collect
or, In lieu thereof, one and a half pound of teat
nftoen poundi of cugari four quarts of vloegart
one pound of sperm candles, or one and one fourth
peundof adamantine candlec, oroae and a half
pound of tallow, four pounds of soap, and two
quarts of salt.
The rations to be delivered upon the order el the
either In bulk or by the single ration, of good
hindquarters, necke and kidney, tallow excluded,
the pork, No 1 prime mess perk t the Hour, extra
superfine t the codec, good Rio , tke sugar, good
new uiiop or it riiuivniBU. j mu tuc nnui,
ilnegar, candles, soap, salt, Ae , to be of good
All euhject to Inspection
Allbldimuit be accompanied ly the following
FORM OF GUARANTY.
The uaderilgned, -.of , la the State ef
, and , of -, In the State of ,
hereby gue'antee that la case the foregoing bid of
for ratlom, ai tkave driorlbed, be accepted.
he or they will, within ten daj c after the receipt
of the contract At the poit office named, execute
the contrast for the came wltb good and autOelent
eiurltlei, and In case the said shall fall to
cuter Into contract aa aforeeaid, we guarantee to
make good the difference between the offer of the
mid aad that which may be acoepted
h. r- , A B ,Guaraator
, im , C. D , Guarantor
I hrfthi certlfi that the above-named are
known to me aa men of property, and able to make
goon ineir guaraaive.
To be signed by the United States District Judge,
United states District Attorney, or Colleotor
ho proposal will be considered unless accom
nanled bv the alvove mar an tee.
Newspaper! authorised to publUh the above
will eend the paper containing (he lint Imcrtlon
tn thli ntiiee forexamlnat on
I'ropoiaia to lie endoriea "fropoian ror ruiinni
I i.i1u6, ' an I a I licnul to the uudenigned
W U SLACK,
oeU?wiiY ?!ajor aad Uusttermaitei
CALK Of COIiDEMNED HOnSE?,
QrAiTcnuAfTtA OipTtBAL'i Orrirr,
"Ainifirg vitt, iorcmircr i, irw. i
, Will be lold at public auction, to the hlgheit
bidder, at niaiboro, D. t,, on
'niuM. rtovemoer ii, ioi,
ONK HUNDRED AND FIMY CA ALBV
Theie Horiee bare been condemned at unfit for
the cavalry eerrlee of the army.
orroALland farming purpoin many good bar
gaioimay be had.
Hones cold elngly.
Sale to comment at 10 o'clock, a ni
Termei Caih In United SUtci currency.
JAMk.1 A. t KIN.
Colonel In eharge First Division quartermaiter
General's Office. not tl
Y W. h. WALL
SatttK ttdf PniL Avenitt and JWnM btrtwf
UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SaLF UV
prlte achooner CuQUETTV, her Tackle and Cargo
In virtue of a decree inued from the Clerk'i
Office of the Supreme Court of the District of Co
lumbia, and to me directed I will sell, f jr cash, at
the Biiaar of W. L. Wall A Co , on Louisiana ave
nue, between flintn ana Tenth streets west, on
commencing at 10 o'clock a. m , the followlog
goods and chattels, to wit, being part of the oargo
ui ii kirove-namsa icnooaer
3 boxeo of Lynchburg TobAcco,
Lot Smoking do
10 bagc Wool,
1 barrel Brown Sugar,
11 bagc Flour,
10 Plough Shares,
3 bage Beam,
I package Tea,
3 barrels Flour,
I bsg Salt,
1 barrel Whliky,
1 0g UUeeeaW,
1 barrel syrup,
t bet r el old Iron.
Also, at 4 o'clock, p. to , on the came day, I will
ell, at the foot of sixth street wharf, on the Po
The schooner Coquette and her Tackle,
19 hogsheada of Lear Tobacco,
Large lot of Wheat,
omitiire In cabin, and
6 Chick en i
WARD 11 I.AMUN.
U S Marshal District of Columbia.
By w. l. wall a co,
ao7-td Chron Auctioneers
WAiniHOTON AnitffM , I
WAiniNeTOir, D. C., Noember I, IM4 (
Will be sold at nubile auction, at tha Arintl.
on the If Ih of NO EMBER, IMt, at 10 o'clock, a
u , a lot oi
condemned as unflt for uie, vli
1 tiam oilier aad Pdmp,
1 Double Lathe,
741 Gray Blankets,
leot Blue Ulankets,
1901 Red Blankets,
17 Pole Fads, gutta ereha,
U Valises, cavalry round,
3117 Nose Bags,
641 MeClcllan Sad Ue Trcee,
HO yarde 811k Berge,
40 poundi Woollen Tarns,
looo pounds do Rag i,
I pounda Shoe Thread,
3 Water Cam,
J32 Watering Buckets, gutta perslia,
7t do do leather
A large lot of
WROUf.HT AND CAST IRO.N.
Sueeenful bidden will be reaulred to remote
th tore i wltbto five days from the date of sale.
Terms cash, in uovernmeni luous
J G BENTON,
noi 14t Major Comnianllog
tALE OP CONDEMNED OAT8
Chiei QtTAnTcnMABTzn's Orrar, )
Dspot or WAirtUfOTox, J
WAitiiiroTOM, D. C, November 1, 1S44 )
Will be iold At nubile auction at Seventh itreet
Wharf. WAShlnefon. D C. on SATURDAY. No
Timber 13, tset, At II o'clock, a. m , a quantity of
condemned ac unflt for use
Suecutltil bidders will be required to remu e t h
oats within ttve (At dais from date of sale.
Term a cam. in uoTcrnmeat runae
D If RL'CKFR,
Brigadier General and Chief Quarter master,
no3llt Depot of Washington.
SALE OP CONDEJINEiTQUARTER".
MASTER'S STORES, AMBULA LhS, ks
Ctlicr QUABTEEMASTEn'S Ort ILL, J
DxpoTor Washinotoii, J
VTAIIIIr-UTOM.U. C., October 37, 1H41
Will be told, at Public Auction, at the Got ele
ment Warehouse, situated on ike square between
h and F, and Twentieth and T went y-nrst streets,
Washington, D. C, on FRIDAY, November II,
184, at 10 o'clock, a. m , a lot of
roodemoed as untlt for use, vli
I Buckets, Saddles, 8addleblanketi. Stabie-bToomi.
stoves Saws, Shovels, risks, Paullos, Halters,
norap iainvr, i-unaoie forges, nnives, anu a
large lot of scrap iron, old v agon Tire, xc.
Will be sold At foot of Nineteenth street. ner
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, Immediately after the
completion of the aale Above referred to, a number
of Ambulance!, CarH, Medical Wagons, Metallic
wagooe, wagon uouiei. spring wagons, ac
Sueoeisful bidden will be required to remote
the stores within (He (9) days from the dated
Termi cash, In Government funds
D If. nUCKER,
Brigadier General and Chief Uuiriermaeter,
ocld-td Depot of Washington
pR0PO3ALS FOR MAIL-BAGB.
Poit Orn e Departmekt, (
Wasiiinoton, D C , Oct. 18. 14. (
Sealed Proposals will be received at thic Dtpart
ment until 9 o'clock, a. m , the 33d day of Novem
ber next, for furnishing, during the period from
1M6, aueh auantltlec of the following kind of
mAiiiiAus aa may trom i.me so time ie rrquireu
and ordered, to wit:
JUTE CANVAS MAIL-SACKS Of die No. t
(41 inehec In length and U inches In circumference,)
of die No. 3 (41 Inches In length and 48 Inches lu
circumference,) asd of die No. I (S3 inches In
Isngth and S3 inches In circumference )
The sacks of siie No. 1 are to be make of close
ly.woven Jute Canvas, weighing not less than it
ounces to the yard of tlH loobes In width) the
yarns of the warp to be each doubled and twisted,
and to weigh one ouooe to about tUty yens, and
of the rilling or weft. If not like those of the warp,
to weigh one ounce to About elght-flve )Ards
The seeks of slie No. 3 are to be made of Jute
Canvai, weighing not less than 11 ounces to the
yard of MS inehea width) the warp and weft lu
be nearly as above described.
The sacks of slie No I are to be made of thinner
Jute Canvas, welghlog not less thaa 4 v ounces to
the yard of I9X Inches width.
Thoie of ilxci Noi 1 and 3 are to be made with
a tabling or hem at the lop, two Inehea wide, upon
which a aufflclent number of eyelet bolea at least
ten to the former and eight ta the Utter are tube
well wrought i and they are each to be provided
with a good and sufficient hemp cord to lace and
tie them thoroughly and strongly Unless seam
less, they are to be made with two seams, secured,
eeeb with two rows of sewing All are to be
marked, Inside and outside, " U. S, MAIL," In
Urge and distinct letten
Any propoied Improvement that may be deslr
able in tha quality of materials or manner of con
atruotlon will be considered, relatively to price,
In deciding the lowest aod best bldi
No propoaal will be eomldered If not acoompa
nled with apeclmena showing the eenstructlon and
quality of materials and workmanship of each
site of the aacks bid fort and also a written guar
anty from the persona proposed aa sureties (wboss
responsibility muit be certified by the poitmaiter
of the place where they reilde) that they will be
come rciponilble, on aufficleni bond, fjr the due
performance of the contract In case luch propoial
All the tack contracted for are to be delivered,
at the expose of the contractor, at Bo i to a, New
York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington,
D C , In smh quantities and at such times as may
The estimated nuantllv reuulred will nrobalav
not exceed thirty tbouiend caeks, including All
sices, but the Postni aster General will reier, e the
right to order and receive more or less than such
quantity, during the term of the uoutract, as the
wents and Interests of the lenloe may seem to
him to demand. x
The specimenc must be delivered at this Depart
ment on or before tha 32J nf Noieiuber ntatt and
every one aubmltted ahouU be well and distinctly
markrd with the nuiber denoting 1U die, and
hate attached to It a cample ol the cloth or canvai
(ilx inehea aauarel of which It li made. Rnrh
can, with lately and convenience, be uied In the
servlie will be paid for at the prices specified In
111 iiuiuiii rviatiUK iiiviimii
A decision on the bids will be made on or before
the lad of November next, aod the accepted bidder
will be required to enter into contract, with sum
dent bond and security, on or beiore the 1st ol
The proposal sboul I be tranimltted In a sealed
envelope, endoraed "Proposals for Mall Dtgc "
aod be addressed to "The Second Assistant loat
m liter General, Contract Offloe, Washington, D.
C" W. DFNNISON,
ocl W4t Tostmaiter General
Nj 311 Vzw Ac , Wahiikutn, D I
Books bound In en stjU -Turkty, Motoric
M-KW roriftAK LOAN
KIRBT NATIONAL BANK,
rifteenth etrrat.nppoi.te United stales Treainrr.
Wash i Meruit, July M, MM,
FCftKTARY OF THK TflKASURY,
this Bank li now prepared to receive subeealp' lone
for the NEW7.30 LOAN, advertised by Secretary
The notes will be Inued bearing date August 14,
1644, In denominations of , ioo, 5oo, t oon,
and $5,000, payable to bearer or order, beating la
tereat at T 1 10 per centum per aanum, payable
etnl annually, and convertible, at the optio-i ol
the holder, at maturity, Into Five-Twenty ear
Six Fer Cent. Gold-Bearing Bonds.
The lntercit on h 50 note li t eent; on a 1"0
note, Scentsi on a $900 note, 10 cents) on a $i,oo
note, SO cents; and on a $5,ooo note, $1 for each
Full Information furnished by xpplylac peritio
Ally or by letter to this bank.
We nil Lxehangeon all the principal elUssof
the United States, loan money, recshe deposits,
purchase Government ehecks and voushers, and
transact a general banking business,
ocl WM. 8. HUNTIUQTON, Cashier.
500 REMOVAL 500
TO HIW BUILT NO,
JUININB ODD rXLLUWa' H.. Li
JAMES 8. TOPHAM A 00.,
Their WeU Known, OM Eetebllabarf
TRUNK, BADLKRY, UAHNK8H,
MILITARY KqUirilKNT MAMUrACTOAT,
TO 1 HUB
DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THK OLD STANI.
Where may be found, of our own manufacture, a
moit complete anortment of every ityle and prlee
of Military and altltena
SADDLES AND BRIDLKA.
BREAST COLLARS AND MARTINGALES,
FINES WORD BELTS, with Topham's Patent slide.
Sole Manufacturers of
LAriunuia's rAi&ns erutio.
LANO HOUrs PATENT CURB and NOSE STRAP
EWBANK'S PATENT SPUR,
STEEL, BRASS. AND SILVER PLATE SPURS.
BUFFALO AND FINE WOOLEN ROBES,
UORSE COVERS AND BLANKETS.
MILITARY AND CITIZENS'
iwmrtu ahu nAim vno,
IN GREAT VARIXTY.
FINE DOUBLE COACH, CARRIAGE, ANU
FINE SINGLE CARRIAGE, BUQQT, AND EX
SuleMBTAGE? WAGON. CART, AND
W H I P B .
COACH. BUGGY, STAGE,
'lUDINtJ, AND WAGON WHIPS,
xva.ni at ii,!. anu rnivi,
SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS AND VALISK&,
IHON FRAME TRUNKS,
WOOD BOX TRUNKS AND VALISES,
LADIES' DRESS TRUNKSard BONNET BOXES,
ARMY VALISES AND PACKING TRUNKS,
Leather and Canvan Pelllileur Bags, Leather,
Canvase and Carpet Traveling Bags, Ladiee Freneb
Satchels, Toy Trunks and School Satchels, end
every ariisle In their line of business,
I VENT U STREET.
TAY COOKE k 00., llANKKRa,
UrroaiTE Uifirzn Statm TftCAaVHY,
Reeetv. aueerltloaa for th.
NEW U. 8. BEVEN-THIKTr LOAN,
Authorized by t! aet of June JO, 13,4. Th. note.
will I laaueil under dat. of Auguet I,, la d.noml'
ISO, flOO, (500, f 1000 AND (5000,
Fayabla to bearer or order, b.arlo. Intereet at
1 s-ioper .eat. per annum, payable eemMnnuallT
and will b. eonvertlble at the option of th. holder
at maturity Into ilx per oent. Fire-Twenty Bonde.
aOVERNMe,NT BOND, OF ALL ISSUE',
CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTLDMLSS,
And pav tha ht,heat prlee for
UUARTERMASTLR'S LLRTIF1UATE C11ELK5.
jynltl jay cuukk ai ca
LYONS'S ruiiK onio
CATAWBA BRAND 1
The undersigned have been duly appointed th
only and sole agent for the sale ef this truly Tun
Medicinal Brandy lor the vlty ol Washington, I.
t. and the District of Columllla This Brandy
has been thoroughly analysed by the State As.
lajer, Dr. A. A. Hayes, Chemist, and Prof. Uphau
Shct'PArd. of ChArleiton, S C i rrof J, R Chilton,
of New iork( Prof. Trait, of Savannah) Prof. La
moo I, J R. Nichols, and pronounced oy them to tm
sUlctly pure, and an excellent stimulant In all
oases where pure brandlee are Indicated.
The manufacturer of this floe Brandy guarantees
(or will refund the money) that It wUI cure Choi
era Infantum, Summer Complaint with Children
Diarrhoea and Bowel Complaint.
Physicians are now prescribing II In place ol
paregoric, not having the deadening effect of that
medicine upon the brain. The want or pure mru
cinalBrandy has long been felt In thle country. Thr
properties contained In this Brandy are more
atrlogenttban rreneh Brandies Thlsthemanu
lecturers claims are the merit i, aod cnauenge uie
world to disprove these facts.
Z. D UILMAN,
Druggist, 350 renosylvAnla avenue,
ocS-siuT Agent for District of Columbia.
CHIEF QUAKTERMABTER'S OP
FICE, DtroTOr WAIHrFTOH,WASnirTOn,
D. C., January 4jiB4. ....
Alldealen in Drugs, Hardware, Lumber, Leather,
Office Furniture, Harness, and Saddlery, are re
quested to send to this offloe. on the MONDAY of
cash week, a sealed proposal or list, in dvpitcat,
of the artisles they are prepared to furnish to this
epot at short notice, with tha price of each
arkedln plain figures, ao that, in ease theexl
ensleeof the service reoulrvlt, the article or ar
Melee can be obtained witnout delay, and at the
Dealen wishing to ceil to this Depot will be re
quired to furnlih ihe list punctually every Monday
mi re lug. D. H. RUCKKR,
Dngauiar uenerai ana iniei kuuiwbmwii
UE OELMONIOO LUNOII.
m rENNSLVANU AVENUE.
Onwalte Wlllarda' Hotel
Uholceat Wlnee, Uquor Champacnae, Ale.,
Clf are. Kale.!, an 1 Delleaclee. eea-ll
(A U Mauon DoreJ
11 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Between Ninth and Tenth atreete, (up .lair. I
Th. proprietor of thla fayorlt. Realauraol haj
parednopalnato mak.thla the be.l Rtaurant
Waahlnan and h. point, with pleasure iio th
ar ratrooaito he haa alway. beeu honored wllh,
anl re.peetfull aollelte a ntlnuaneol laaiua,
SAME, OYSTERa, and other refteahment. eon.
ataMlyonhand, andalth.Boal r.aMat4.ral
om.,M aa ue aholteal nolle, ami la IU bmji!
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